The senior-living facility occupies the old Baxter Springs High School building.
The Joplin Eagle Pride Band host a car show today to raise money for expanding their program.
A local girl scout camp opens its doors to show the public the new improvements being made.
One man is dead after an Oklahoma State Highway Patrol shooting.
Carthage school administrators hope to meet next week with a student accused of bringing a gun to school.
One Commerce resident has filed a civil lawsuit against his neighbor for having too many dogs.
A parole hearing for a Commerce woman involved in a 1999 child porn ring is being held next month.
A local school channel celebrates 10 years of being on the air.
The Quapaw Tribe announces a $1.8 million project to help cleanup a chat field northeast of Quapaw.
Commerce Middle School students learn positive life lessons from horses.
Several elementary students had a chance to learn about saving money, which many adults often have trouble doing.
A new Workforce Development Center will soon be built inside the Hale McGinty Business Development Center in Neosho.
The Department of Defense honors a local business for its dedication to the National Guard.
The Wyandotte Nation hosted its 8th Annual Environmental Festival on Friday.
This Saturday, the Neosho Basketball Alumni will hold its 3rd Annual Golf Fundraiser.
Redings Mill residents will be a bit safer in their homes thanks to some new smoke alarms.
The Kansas Lottery Commission today approved contracts with three applicants seeking to become a Lottery Gaming Facility Manager in the Southeast Kansas Gaming Zone.
The Four States is no stranger to severe weather.
In fact a tornado that hit Neosho, Missouri 40 years ago this month caught national attention.
The Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce honors the best in business, education and community.
Pride, history, culture. That's what one Galena man worked to keep alive at the Galena Mining and Historical Museum.